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J. Cole Talks “Born Sinner” Delay, New Single “Power Trip” Feat Miguel. He Talks Celebrity Crush, Illuminati & Joint Album With Kendrick Lamar On The Way.

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Snoop Lion has finally announced the official release date for his debut reggae album, Reincarnated. Snoop will release his project three days after the biggest weedhead day of the year, 4/20. In an official press release from Snoop’s management, the LP is confirmed to feature Drake, Chris Brown, Busta Rhymes, T.I. Akon, Rita Ora, & more, and will be released in conjunction with Berhane Sound System, Mad Decent, VICE Music, and RCA Records. Look out for project to hit iTunes and retailers on 4/23.

We were searching for true reggae music and the message of peace and hope it reflects,” says Snoop Lion of REINCARNATED. “It’s so much a part of who I am, and this record is all about paying homage and giving respect to those who created and love reggae music, and hopefully introducing it to a whole new audience. I feel truly honored to make this album and respect to all who blazed the path for me.

Via Miss Info.

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Probably the only Harlem Shake video we’ll be posting. *Dead* at Lebron & Chris Bosh!

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Brc predstavlja novi mixtape “Winter Season” na kojem se nalaze različita imena američkih izvođača i beatmakera. Na mixtapeu se nalazi i par beatova koje je producirao naš beatmaker Veki iz Shpaolin-Malehica Rapa.
Mixtape možete ovdje preuzeti.

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Off the CZARFACE album, out now.

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In this installment of Jason Goldwatch’s “Time Pieces” short film series we travel to sunny Venice Beach California to spend a day with rapper/producer Evidence of Dilated Peoples. Rapidly becoming as well known for his Instagram photography as he is for his music, Ev takes us on a photo mission in his hometown while Goldwatch captures it all in Super 8 mm film.

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Azealia Banks hits the dance floor with her cover of The Strokes’ “Barely Legal.” The Harlem diva reworks the band’s 2001 single with a U.K. garage twist, produced by Lindbergh Palace.

Via Rap-Up.

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